Fiber jumper has bendable boot

May 12, 2011
The product allows an installer to place a controlled bend, enabling easier routing.

The Bendable Boot Jumper fromAFL exhibits a variable boot angle that ranges from 0 to 90 degrees, its manufacturer AFL says. This flexibility allows installers to fine-tune an installation by placing the desired bend, in a controlled manner, in the boot and thereby enable proper routing at the point of connection. AFL says that using this jumper makes installations more manageable and organized, eliminating issues associated with cable tangles and draping fiber bundles.

The company further says these jumpers excel in low- or tight-clearance applications because they allow installers to closely route the assembly toward the fiber egrees point of the enclosure. This reduces the probability of a break or sharp bend.

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